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Vol. 112 No. 42 • Thursday, October 10, 2013 • Silver Lake, MN 55381
Angry Council seeks answers for delays
By Alyssa Schauer Staff Writer After much heated discussion about the delay of the Grove Avenue reconstruction project, the Silver Lake City Council heard that the completion date is set for the second week in November, nearly two months past the original completion date of Sept. 13. City Clerk Kerry Venier said he met with the contractors and utility companies last week and informed the City Council that the utility companies said they would “try to hurry it up.” “But it sounded like we were not much of a priority for them,” Venier added. “And when I asked them about explaining the delay, they said, ‘Just tell people that it rained.’ It’s pretty disappointing since we met with them (the utility companies) in May,” Venier said. He added that R&R talked about getting the road marked to open it up to traffic, and that they would try to get driveways completed. “Have we heard anything from the county on this?” Councilor Pat Fogarty asked. “They are the ones driving us on getting the road marked and open,” Venier said. “From a city standpoint, this is ridiculous. This is ridiculous if the utility companies are keeping us from getting this road done,” Fogarty said. “What’s stopping R&R from getting the road striped and signed? R&R shouldn’t have any excuses to not get that done. The only thing the utility companies are holding up is the sidewalk, right?” Mayor Bruce Bebo said. “Yes, the sidewalk and restoration is left,” Venier said. “Are they getting paid once that is done?” Fogarty asked. “No. There’s still a lot to be done including driveways, black top, signage and marking. And we have a punch list of things to be repaired,” Venier said. “I’d like to see us have the punch list done so they get their money. Our lesson learned here is that we need to put the heat on if we want to get this done,” Bebo said. “If R&R wasn’t fighting the utility companies, why isn’t everything done up until they can’t do anymore?” Fogarty asked. “It is,” Grove Avenue property owner Donovan Holtberg said. “No, it isn’t,” Councilor Eric Nelson said. “There’s striping, the driveways, the curb,” Bebo said. “Why are we afraid to penalize them?” Fogarty asked. “They haven’t reached that point, yet,” Venier said. “Sure they have,” Nelson said. He added that at the last regular Council meeting in September, the engineers said the project was about two weeks behind. “It’s October now,” he added. “The big thing is we’re trying to get it done,” Venier said. “But it’s not getting done. I truly believe R&R and SEH (Short Elliott Hendrickson, Inc.) messed up. If I lived on Grove Avenue, I’d be in your office, in your face, every day, Kerry,” Fogarty said. “Why would you be in my face? I’m just the messenger. I can’t do anything. If you want me to go and fine them, I’ll fine them. I don’t serve the residents. I serve the Council,” Venier said. “By the end of this week, if it’s not to the point where they can get everything done before the utility companies come, we start fining them,” Bebo said. He added: “Everybody’s blaming the utility companies, but there’s a heck of a lot of stuff that needs to be done
Silver Lake Leader photo by Josh Randt
Homecoming royalty
Adam Eberhard and Yodee Rivera were named the 2013 Glencoe-Silver Lake homecoming king and queen at coronation ceremonies Monday night at the high school. The two will reign over the homecoming activities under way this week at the high school and at Helen Baker and Lakeside elementaries. On Friday, the homecoming parade begins at 5:30 p.m. along 16th Street in Glencoe. The GSL football Panthers will host the Waconia Wildcats in the annual homecoming game with a dance to follow.
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City budget consistent with last year’s year-to-date data
By Alyssa Schauer Staff Writer The Silver Lake City Council reviewed year-to-date expenditures and revenues on Monday, and heard the city is “sitting fairly consistent compared to last year,” according to City Clerk Kerry Venier. In 2012, the year-to-date general fund totaled $436,677.99, and 2013 records show a year-to-date total of $431,516.75. The 2013 budget is set at $662,473, and Venier said he doesn’t expect the city to see any big changes “coming up” in the budget. The year-to-date amount of the municipal buildings increased from $5,610.68 in 2012 to $14,216.17 due to improvement projects such as the purchase of new cash registers and installation of a camera system. Mayor Bruce Bebo also noted a nearly $8,000 increase in the police department fund. In 2012, the year-to-date amount was $104,543.38, and in 2013, records show $112,099.97. Venier said the police department needs to watch its fuel costs, “but is otherwise pretty good.” Expenditures are down in the ambulance fund, from $73,967.09 in 2012 to $61,768.78 year-to-date. “The ambulance department has really slowed down in the last month. We’ve seen huge drop-offs in our runs,” Venier said. He said that while the dropoffs keep expenditures down, “it also keeps revenues down.” In the fire department fund, Venier said he suspected the 2013 year-to-date totals to be over budget, “but the plan of
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County officials outline courthouse project, costs for township officers
By Lori Copler Staff Writer McLeod County Sheriff Scott Rehmann and County Board Chair Paul Wright outlined the differences between a $22.75 million jail expansion project to the current $7 million proposal to township officials at their annual McLeod County Association of Townships meeting Sept. 30. Wright, who wasn’t on the County Board when it proposed and subsequently dropped the 2007 project, said the $22.75 proposal “was supposed to be a money maker for the county.” The previous proposal would have included a significant enlargement of the jail, up to 150 beds. The goal, Wright said, was to lease those beds to other facilities which were overcrowded. But Wright said a lot of
Budget estimate for jail expansion/courthouse security a. Lobby addition b. Site expansion, parking c. Sheriff’s lobby remodel d. Existing jail remodel • Interior remodel • Mechanical systems remodel • New electrical systems remodel e. Jail addition — housing, multi-purpose f. Jail addition — sallyport/kitchen/etc. Subtotal building construction g. Fees, testing, soft costs h. Furniture, fixtures & equipment i. Contingency (design and construction) Total project cost $1.26 million $165,000 $180,000 $575,000 $150,000 $125,000 $1.65 million $1.3 million $5.43 million $630,000 $430,000 $540,000 $7 million Silver Lake Leader photos by Alyssa Schauer
SLFD visits Lakeside
On Tuesday afternoon, members of the Silver Lake Fire Department visited the third-grade classes at Lakeside Elementary and shared fire prevention and safety tips in celebration of National Fire Prevention Week. Above, firefighter Gary Jerabek greets Will Wanous and to the left, Owen Koenen tries on one of the firefighter’s helmets. Students earned “junior firefighter” badges for their participation.
other counties had the same idea, and undertook some large expansion projects. “And then the economy took a dive,” said Wright. The McLeod County Board of Commissioners voted in October 2007 to abandon the proposal. The current project would
add about 15 beds to the jail’s current 35, for a total of 50, said Rehmann. The goal of the project is to save the county money, not make money, Wright added. Currently, the county spends
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Grove Avenue Continued from page 1 Upcoming Events
GSL high school concert set
The Glencoe-Silver Lake concert band and concert choir will present their first concert of the year on Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 7:30 p.m., in the GSL High School Auditorium. Tickets are available at the door. that’s not the utility companies’ fault. Why don’t residents have access to driveways, yet?” Bebo said. “Because R&R said ‘no,’” Venier said. “So now they’re going to do it, though?” Bebo asked. “Because we’ve started talking about fines,” Venier said. Bebo said the City Council needs to make a list of what “absolutely” needs to get done. “Whatever can’t be done because of utilities, their hands are tied, but the rest is just BS,” Bebo said. “Yes, they are way behind,” Venier said. “The contract is there for a reason. I understand what Bruce is saying, but something’s gotta get done,” Fogarty said. “As a Council, how do we want to proceed? I’d like to see something in writing from the city about what’s going to get done,” Bebo said. Bebo said that if the City Council is talking about imposing fines, “we better get a paper trail going or we’re just wasting our breath.” “We have a paper trail. SEH has been documenting everything,” Venier said. “We need to get that from them,” Nelson said. “What happens to quality when you hammer them like that?” Holtberg asked. “That’s what I was worried about, too, especially since they were the lowest bid,” Nelson said. “We’re obligated to take the lowest bid,” Venier said. “They still have to follow specifications,” Bebo said. Holtberg asked if the Council expressed its “displeasure” with the utility companies and the contractors. “That’s what I wondered about the county involvement. Aren’t they upset?” Fogarty said. “Here’s the problem. The county wants it opened up, but they don’t care about getting it sodded or getting the driveways done, or about the rest of our punch list,” Bebo said. “I want the road open, but I want it done right,” Fogarty said. Venier told the Council that CenturyLink was the only utility company left that has work to do. “There’s been a lot of fingerpointing going on,” Venier said. “If it’s not done by this week, are you suggesting we have a special meeting?” Nelson asked. Venier said they couldn’t schedule one until after the end of the week if the work was not finished. The Council made a list of projects to be completed before it starts talking fines, including getting the roads marked, the rip-rap finished, finishing the driveways, signage, working on the culvert on Highway 7, the gate valve on Center Street, the school fence and mailboxes installed, and the approaches finished. Venier said he would talk with SEH about the punch list. “And if seven out of these eight items aren’t finished, then we’ll have a special meeting to discuss fines,” Nelson said.
Grace hosts salad luncheon
The women of Grace Bible Church in Silver Lake invite area ladies to their annual fall salad luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 10:30 a.m. The event is free and will include a variety of salads and a talk by Avril Vavrosky. Vavrosky is originally from South Africa, and her husband, Doug, from North Dakota. They are with OMF International (previously known as the China Inland Mission) and have ministered to Chinese-speaking people in many parts of the world. Grace Bible Church is located in Silver Lake at 300 Cleveland St., next to the city water tower. Reservations are not required, but are appreciated for planning purposes. For more information, contact Jeannie Oestreich at 320327-2671.
Health care seminar Oct. 16
The Glencoe Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting an informal presentation on health care reform at the Glencoe City Center on Wednesday, Oct. 16, from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m., in the senior room. Coffee and pastries will be provided. Chamber member Terry Jones, of Professional Insurance Providers, will present the free informational seminar and will address rules that apply to employers with less than 50 employees.
Budget
Continued from page 1 the department was to spend down their fund balance. It was planned and needed,” Venier said. He noted an increase in the water fund from $48,770.86 in 2012 to $80,011.68 year-todate. “I’m unsure of why that is so high, and I’ll look into it,” Venier said. In revenues, the Municipal Liquor Store stood out with nearly a $100,000 decrease from the 2012 year-to-date report. “The revenues are down quite a bit at the liquor store, but in fairness, the 2013 yearto-date numbers do not include August and September revenues, and the 2012 report did. But the totals from those months won’t get up to $100,000, so we will still see a decrease in the liquor store revenues,” Venier said. He added: “This is an area where Jon (Jerabek) is really going to have to operate a tight ship until the end of the year.” “All in all, there is nothing alarming to report in the budget. I foresee no emergency spending,” Venier said. In other matters, the City Council: • Heard totals for building permits is down 20 percent from 2012. Scott Qualle, of MNSPECT, Inc. in Waconia, presented the Council with a quarterly comparison of 2013 and 2012 totals. In 2012, Silver Lake saw $159,104 in commercial and residential building permit valuation, and for 2013, valuation is at $123,507.42. Venier said residential permit requests “might be down due to the fact we have a lot of construction happening.” • Approved the annual review for Venier to retain with longevity pay.
County senior meeting set
The McLeod County senior citizens will hold their quarterly meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 1:30 p.m., at the Brownton Community Center. After the meeting, cards will follow. Come and enjoy yourself before the snow flies. For questions, call 320-327-2499.
Silver Lake Leader photo by Alyssa Schauer
Abrams Brothers perform
The Abrams Brothers, playing guitar, violin and bass, will appear in Glencoe on Saturday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.m., in the Glencoe-Silver Lake High School Auditorium as part of the Glencoe Area Performing Artists Concert Series. They skillfully combine the music of their roots with their own distinct sound as they perform a variety of bluegrass, country and folk-rock music. Season membership tickets will be available to purchase.
SLHS class of 1948 reunion
During Pola-Czesky Days in August, the Silver Lake High School class of 1948 met at Molly’s Cafe for its 65-year reunion. In the front, from left to right, are Marcella Pokornowski, MaryAnne Wendolek, Arlene Wendolek, Elvira Hoffmann, and Fran Knick. In the back are Willard Dolezal, Jack Nuwash, and Roger Friauf. Not pictured but in attendance was Elaine Hlavka.
Legion Auxiliary meets Mon.
The regular meeting of the Hutchinson American Legion Auxiliary Unit 96 will be Monday, Oct. 14, at 7 p.m., at the Hutchinson American Legion Post 96. The executive board meeting will be at 6:15 p.m.
Silver Lake Lions Club
Degree of Honor set to meet
Degree of Honor No. 182 will hold a social meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 5 p.m., in the Silver Lake Auditorium.
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After Prom meeting Sunday
The 2014 After Prom Committee will be having a meeting at 7 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 13, at the McLeod County North Complex.
Adults: $6.50; Under 12: $3.00
Bring an item(s) for the McLeod County Food Shelf. Come out and enjoy a good breakfast. Proceeds will be used to support the Silver Lake Lions football program.
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about $115,000 to $145,000 annually to board inmates in other facilities when the local jail is at capacity. Rehmann said the county could add the additional 15 beds without hiring more staff; however, he added, the county will have more expense for food, medical services and utilities, at an estimated $16,000 to $18,000 annually. “We know we won’t save the entire amount of boarding costs,” said Rehmann, but the county is hoping to save about $100,000 annually. Rehmann also handed out a summary of the project, which will include: • A 5,600-square-foot addition to the southeast corner of the courthouse that will include an entry, restrooms, weapons screening, sheriff’s office and waiting space; • A reorganization of the sheriff’s office lobby for access from the new entry and security. The lobby will then have 24-hour access. • Relocate the jail booking area to create safer space and operational improvements. • Renovate 5,000 square feet of jail space for housing, programs, medical and storage. • A 6,000-square-foot addition to the jail for added housing, storage space, program space and offices. • An addition of 6,000 square feet to the jail for a vehicle sallyport, pre-booking, a kitchen and video visiting. About $5 million of the $7 million total cost, which includes other security improvements in the courthouse, will be for the jail improvements, Rehmann said. Annamarie Tudhope, longtime publisher of the Glencoe Enterprise, had bequeathed the bulk of her estate — between $3.8 and $4 million — to McLeod County for the express purpose of building a new jail. If the County Board decides to proceed with the project, it will ask County Attorney Mike Junge to approach the probate court to see if the estate can be released for funding the project. Wright also said that the proposal, if built, “should fill our needs for at least the next 20 years.” The County Board has set Oct. 22 as the date on which it will decide if it will continue its pursuit of the project and ask Junge to approach the court about the Tudhope estate.
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It was ‘world series’ of dairy events
After a week in Madison, Wis. at the “world series” of dairy events, otherwise known as the World Dairy Expo, I’m back home in Minnesota with a few blisters, a belly full of cheese, several cow souvenirs, a stack of business cards from some of the “big wigs” in the dairy industry, and another year of memories. Last Sunday, I left with Bonnie Mohr and crew for my second year at the great cow celebration. I was looking forward to a week of meeting new people, seeing the gorgeous, groomed cows stroll through the gigantic coliseum with their handlers, eating grilled cheese sandwiches, flavored cheese curds, fresh, organic butter and butter pecan ice cream, and hanging out with Bonnie, one of the most notable dairy celebrities in the business. Not only does the World Dairy Expo consist of five busy days of selling art, taking orders, trying new food, and seeing cow shows, but each night is booked with “wineand-dine” events to meet other expo exhibitors and leaders of the dairy world. On Wednesday night, we got to attend a “Women in Dairy” business meet and greet at Vintage Brewing Company in Madison, a lovely, unique restaurant and microbrewery outfitted in antique furniture and lanterns. There, I got to indulge in their gourmet macaroni ‘n’ cheese, “Big Sky” sliders (mini hamburgers piled with fried onions, bacon, cheddar cheese and barbeque sauce), baguettes topped with brie cheese and pear slices, and a tall, delightful glass of roscato wine, and I got to meet “Dairy Carrie,” another dairy celebrity in the business who
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Down Memory Lane The Travel Section
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blogs about life on the farm. Dairy Carrie also works for the company Udder Comfort, and introduced me to my new favorite spa product, Udder Comfort lotion, which is actually supposed to be used to soften and sooth cow udders, but I found it works fantastic for sore feet and dry hands. It’s made with essential oils and menthol, so it’s perfectly good for human feet, too, right? On Friday of the week, we took part in the annual World Classic cow sale, which is my favorite event of the entire celebration. The cow sale is located in the arena of the coliseum, which is covered in colored shavings each year to coordinate with the theme of expo. This year’s expo theme was “Center of the Dairy Universe,” and the shavings were purple, so it was a magical sight during the opening ceremony; they glowed after the lights were dimmed and the spotlights shone on the handlers, cows, auctioneers, and singers during “O Canada” and the “Star-Spangled Banner.” For the cow sale, a stage is set in the center of the arena, and resembles a boxing ring with red ropes hanging corner to corner. A large, long table draped in black material sits behind the ring and a tall, black velvet stage curtain hangs behind the table, setting the scene for the World Classic. After the national anthems were sung, a group of men dressed in white, buttoned-up shirts, black dress pants, and bow ties brought out trays of gourmet cupcakes, lit with candles, for all us spectators (and bidders to enjoy), and reentered the ring to begin their duties as “bid-identifiers.” As a “bid-identifier,” the men watch the crowd for waving hands or nodding heads and shout out “BAGHHH!” when a new bid on a calf or cow is placed. It’s quite entertaining to hear the guttural call in the midst of the auctioneer’s dynamic voice “Ten-thousandand-five-hundred-Can-I-get-el even-thousand?” I must admit I had a difficult time keeping my arms and hands next to my body during the sale. I never realized I was so animated with gestures when talking with friends and other people until I almost bought a red and white Holstein calf for $100,000! Yikes! I don’t think Mom would have approved of that, but Dad might have supported the idea. But he would agree I should spend what money I have investing in a muffler or even a new(er) vehicle, and not an animal. I think we can all support that idea.
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75 YEARS AGO - OCT. 15, 1938 — A fire at the Leader office this Thursday morning, at press time, was caused by an explosion of a torch on the casting box and almost stopped the press. Wilbert was off the job with a severely burned face, one room looks like a wreck and smells worse, a whole lot of local news had to be omitted, and the paper went to press without help this week. A school band has been organized at the Silver Lake Public School. There are 35 boys and girls from the sixth grade on up through high school signed up for the band. One difficulty encountered is the problem of securing band instruments since certain types of new instruments are quite high priced. The school is asking anyone having used band instruments willing to rent or sell them to contact Supt. A.O. Tatting at once. The Silver Lake High School six-man football team will play Lester Prairie on Friday, Oct. 21, at Silver Lake, at 3:20 p.m. Admission is 10¢ and 20¢. The Log Cabin Cafe is introducing Hamm’s beer and will be giving free beer on Monday evening, Oct. 17, from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Having retired from farming, Joseph Sablik will hold an auction on his farm located four miles northwest of Glencoe and two miles southeast of the Koniska Creamery on Thursday, Oct. 20. Tille Nowak will hold an auction at her farm five miles northeast of Silver Lake on Saturday, Oct. 22. 50 YEARS AGO - OCT. 10, 1963 — A meeting of the people of the Village of Silver Lake will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 15, in the community building to seek the advice of the local public in regard to the burning of papers and garbage in the village, especially in the business district. Sp/4. Theophil “Taffy” Kostecka received his honorable discharge from the U.S. Army. Pfc. Martin Matousek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Matousek, is stationed in Germany. Homecoming activities at the Silver Lake High School will be held Thursday and Friday, Oct. 17-18. Silver Lake High School alumni are invited to attend the Homecoming dance on Friday evening, Oct. 18, in the school auditorium. Five-year-old Paul Latt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Latt of Dassel, was instantly killed on Tuesday afternoon when he fell from a tractor driven by his father and a combine being pulled behind ran over the lad. Bert Fasching, 43-year-old Waconia businessman, died Thursday of last week as a result of a heart attack. Funeral services were held on Monday morning at the St. Joseph Church in Waconia. Saturday morning, Aug. 31, Ann Ruhland and Thomas Rost were united in marriage at the Church of St. Vincent de Paul in Osseo. A son was born on Sept. 25 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Konerza. 25 YEARS AGO - OCT. 13, 1988 — On Monday, Oct. 17, Silver Lake School District 425 eligible voters will be able to vote on the school levy increase of $89,637 for the next two years. The Silver Lake High School gym will be the polling location. The Silver Lake High School Sports Boosters Club will host a Volleyball Parents & Fan Appreciation Night on Thursday, Oct. 13, and a Football Parents & Fan Appreciation Night on Friday, Oct. 14, in the multi-purpose room of the Silver Lake Public School. Michael Jurek, son of James and Marilyn Jurek, has enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. Some of the specials at Jerabek’s Market include: pork chops, $1.49/pound; Toll House morsels, $1.89; Log Cabin pancake syrup, 24 ounces, $2.19; Wartman sorghum, pint, $2.05; 46-ounce Hi-C drink, 89¢; Red Owl 1-1/2 pound bread or hamburger or weiner buns, 75¢ each. A 40th anniversary open house for Leonard and Frances Fiala will be held on Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Silver Lake Legion Club Rooms. A son was born to David and Becky Weseman on Sept. 26.
Memorials received in memory of Kasprzyk
In September, the American Cancer Society received memorials from family and friends remembering Adam Kasprzyk, according to Jeanne Ray, memorial chair. The American Cancer Society receives memorial gifts in memory of the deceased and honor gifts as tributes to the living. “To make a memorial gift, the donor only need contact me with their name and address, the name of the person remembered, and the name and address of to whom the notice of the gift should be sent,” Ray said. Requests should be sent to Ray at 809 Lindy Lane NE, Hutchinson, MN 55350. Please call the American Cancer Society at their toll free number at 800-227-2345 or contact Ray at 320-5872838.
Letter to the Editor Nuclear power needed for 21st century
To the Editor: Recently, the USS Minnesota stealth nuclear attack submarine was commissioned. It is a high-tech marvel and wizardry, powered by an ultraefficient nuclear reactor. The nuclear material that powers the submarine is about the size of a human fist. It will power the submarine for over 35 years. Yes, you read that correctly, 35 years. Many people are unaware of the tremendous technological advancements in efficiency for nuclear energy. In addition, the nuclear waste currently stored in the U.S. can now be reprocessed under current technology to utilize more than 90 percent, leaving less than 10 percent of the nuclear waste to remain. Unfortunately, our nation has laws against reprocessing nuclear waste. President Carter passed this law in the late 1970s. Republicans generally support building new nuclear power plants because they recognize the advancements in technology for nuclear power and waste. Generally, the Democrats in our state and nation have failed to recognize technological advancements in dealing with nuclear power waste and have refused to support the repeal of these laws. Instead, Democrats, controlled by the radical extremist environmentalist movement, have supported the expensive agenda of wind turbines and solar power, which are only being built as a result of government mandates and huge subsidies per megawatt hour. As an example, natural gas receives a subsidy of 25 cents per megawatt hour. In contrast, wind turbines receive a government subsidy of over $23.37 per megawatt hour (source: Minnesota REA). New proposals by the Federal EPA and recently passed Minnesota solar mandates under Democrat leadership will raise the cost of electricity even higher. The radical environmentalists have also influenced some in the Republican Party, but the majority opposes these energy boondoggles, as does the Republican platform. Modern nuclear power is environmentally safe and soon we will be able to reprocess 99 percent or all of our nuclear waste. American ingenuity has always solved environmental problems when not encumbered by government ignorance. Informed and activated citizens can be influential, as they demand that legislators vote to repeal the nuclear power plant ban in Minnesota and the federal ban on reprocessing nuclear waste. Many readers will fondly remember the advertising jingle: “Electricity is penny cheap from NSP to you.” With the advancements of modern technology, electricity could once again be penny cheap and this could fuel an economic recovery that would create a prosperous future for our children and grandchildren. Remember, our country was founded on limited government because our founding fathers realized that whenever government becomes overly involved in almost any thing, it creates waste, fraud, abuse and higher costs. State Rep. Glenn Gruenhagen, R-Glencoe
We’re getting the flu shot.
—Ann from Glencoe
KC paper drive set Oct. 11-12
The Silver Lake Knights of Columbus Council No. 1841 will have a paper drive Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11-12, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The trailer will be parked on the north side of Holy Family Church in Silver Lake. Items accepted include newspapers, junk mail, magazines, paper bags, and cardboard. Cardboard should be kept separate from papers. No plastic, please. Profits will go to the Silver Lake Ambulance Service, the Silver Lake Fire Department, and Silver Lake Winterfest. For information or help hauling papers, please call Ray Bandas at 320-327-3115.
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Church News
GRACE BIBLE CHURCH 300 Cleveland Ave., Silver Lake Dr. Tom Rakow, Pastor 320-327-2265 http://silverlakechurch.org Sat., Oct. 12 — Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m.; women’s Bible study, 9 a.m. Sun., Oct. 13 — “First Light” radio broadcast on KARP 106.9 FM, 7:30 a.m.; pre-service prayer time, 9:15 a.m.; worship service with confirmation Sunday, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:35 a.m. Mon., Oct. 14 - Fri., Oct. 18 — Dr. Rakow on “Morning Meditations” on KDUZ 1260 AM, 8:50 a.m. Wed., Oct. 16 — Prayer time, puppet practice, 7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 19 — Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m. Dial-A-Bible Story, 320-3272843. FAITH PRESBYTERIAN 108 W. Main St., Silver Lake 320-327-2452 Fax 320-327-6562 E-mail: faithfriends @embarqmail.com Carol Chmielewski, pastor Office hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fri., Oct. 11 — Daycare garage sale, noon-6 p.m. Sat., Oct. 12 — Daycare garage sale, 8 a.m.-noon. Sun., Oct. 13 — Hand bells practice, 8:45 a.m.; worship service with fellowship after, 10 a.m.; deacons’ meeting after church. Tues., Oct. 15 — Session meeting, 6:30 p.m. Wed., Oct. 16 — Light supper, 5:30 p.m.; WOW classes, 6 p.m.; choir practice, 6:45 p.m. CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY 700 W. Main St., Silver Lake Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Thurs., Oct. 10 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m.; AFC staff meeting at Holy Trinity, 3:30 p.m.; worship meeting, 5 p.m. Fri., Oct. 11 — Mass, 8 a.m. Sat., Oct. 12 — St. Pius X and Holy Family youth group Bible study, 9 a.m.; Stockman-Kaczmarek wedding, 2 p.m.; reconciliation, 5:30 p.m.; Mass, 6:30 p.m. Sun., Oct. 13 — CCW Sunday; Mass, 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.; Pilgrimage Day at St. Pius X, 12:15 p.m. Tues., Oct. 15 — Mass, 8 a.m.; eucharistic adoration, 8:30 a.m.-10 p.m.; quilting, 9 a.m.; KC meeting, 7 p.m. Wed., Oct. 16 — Mass, 5 p.m.; no religious education classes. Thurs., Oct. 17 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m.; meet and greet at The Pines in Hutchinson, 11:30 a.m. Fri., Oct. 18 — Mass, 8 a.m.; bazaar meeting, 7 p.m. WORD OF LIFE CHURCH 950 School Rd. S.W. Hutchinson 320-587-9443 E-mail: infor@ loversoftruth.com Jim Hall, Pastor Sun., Oct. 13 — Worship, 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 770 School Rd., Hutchinson Kenneth Rand, Branch President 320-587-5665 Sun., Oct. 13 — Sunday school, 10:50 a.m.-11:30 a.m.; priesthood, relief society and primary, 11:40 a.m.-12:30 p.m. RIVERSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 20924 State Hwy. 7 W., Hutchinson 320-587-2074 E-mail: assembly@ hutchtel.net Dr. Lee Allison, pastor Sun., Oct. 13— Worship, 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Wed., Oct. 16 — Family night activities, 6:30 p.m. FIRST CONGREGATION UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 31 Fourth Ave. S.W., Hutchinson 320-587-2125 E-mail: jmm@hutchtel.net Sun., Oct. 13 — Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship, 10:15 a.m. ST. PIUS X CHURCH 1014 Knight Ave., Glencoe Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Thurs., Oct. 10 — Mass at GRHS-LTC, 10:30 a.m.; AFC staff meeting, Holy Trinity, 3:30 p.m.; fall festival wrap-up meeting, 6 p.m.; worship committee, 7 p.m. Fri., Oct. 11 — No morning prayer; school Mass, 10 a.m.; marathon for non-public education; no Spanish Mass. Sat., Oct. 12 — Mothers group rosary, 9 a.m.; mothers group meeting, 9:30 a.m.; youth group Bible study, 9:30 a.m.; reconciliation, 4 p.m.; Mass, 5 p.m. Sun., Oct. 13 — Area Faith Community Pilgrimage Day; Mass, 9:30 a.m.; Spanish Mass, 11:30 a.m.; no Hispanic ministry religious education for youths and adults; RCIA session at St. Pius X, 5 p.m.; Mass at Holy Family, Silver Lake, 8 p.m. Mon., Oct. 14 — No Mass; Mission Club, 1:30 p.m.; Schoenestatt girls group meeting, 3 p.m. Tues., Oct. 15 — Morning prayer, 7 a.m.; Mass, 7:20 a.m.; KC meeting, 7:30 p.m. Wed., Oct. 16 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; school Mass, 8:20 a.m.; no religious education classes. SHALOM BAPTIST CHURCH 1215 Roberts Rd. SW., Hutchinson Rick Stapleton, senior pastor Adam Krumrie, worship pastor/director of student ministries Thurs., Oct. 10 — High school lunch, 11 a.m.; worship team rehearsal, 6 p.m. Sun., Oct. 13 — Worship, 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.; adult growth groups and Sunday school, 9 a.m.; Couples Connect, 4 p.m.; Financial Peace University, 7 p.m. Mon., Oct. 14 — Women’s discipleship, 7 p.m. Tues., Oct. 15 — Women’s discipleship, 9 a.m. Wed., Oct. 16 — AWANA for children ages 4 through fifthgrade and SOS, 6:30 p.m.; middle school youth group, 6:30 p.m.; high school youth group, 7:30 p.m. BETHEL LUTHERAN 77 Lincoln Ave., Lester Prairie Bethany Nelson, pastor 320-395-2125 No calendar submitted.
Obituaries Brenda Kay Trnka, 59, of Silver Lake
Brenda Kay Trnka, 59, of Silver Lake, died Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013, at Harmony River Living Center in Hutchinson. A memorial service was held Monday, Sept. 23, at Christ The King Lutheran Church in Hutchinson with the Rev. Jon Lindekugel officiating. B o n n i e Westmiller was the organist. Special music consisted of Brenda “Ships of Trnka Heaven” and “See You Again.” Congregational hymns were “Amazing Grace” and “Just As I Am.” Urn bearers were Carrie Wuollett and Jamie Kisner. Interment was in the Lester Prairie City Cemetery. Brenda Kay Trnka was born April 1, 1954, in Hutchinson, the daughter of Walter and Dallas (Quast) Ehrke. She was baptized as an infant on April 18, 1954, by the Rev. Fischer, and confirmed in her faith as a youth on June 2, 1968, by the Rev. Kasten, both at the United Church of Christ in Lester Prairie. She received her education in Lester Prairie and graduated with the Lester Prairie High School class of 1972. She further her education at the Hutchinson Technical College, where she earned her administrative assistant degree. On Feb. 15, 1975, she was united in marriage to Russell Trnka at the United Church of Christ in Lester Prairie. Their marriage was blessed with two daughters, Carrie and Jamie. The Trnkas resided in Lester Prairie for 23 years, and later moved to Hale Township, rural Silver Lake, in 2000. They shared 38 years of marriage. Mrs. Trnka was employed at Rosemount Manufacturing, Plato Woodwork, Inc., and recently at Worldwide Dispensers in Lester Prairie. She was a member of Christ The King Church in Hutchinson. She enjoyed camping with her family, tending to her flowers outside, decorating her home and shopping. Mrs. Trnka was a loving and caring mother and a caregiver to her mother. She enjoyed every chance she had to go with her husband on trucking trips, including the east coast. She always had a positive attitude and tried to find the humor in every situation. Mrs. Trnka especially enjoyed spending time with her family, grandchildren and friends. Mrs. Trnka was diagnosed with ovarian cancer on Sept. 15, 2012. She fought a courageous battle and never complained. When she needed assistance with her daily care, she became a resident of the Harmony River Living Center in Hutchinson on Sept. 6, 2013. She is survived by her husband, Russell, of Silver Lake; daughters and their husbands, Carrie and Al Wuollett and Moorhead and Jamie and Bill Kisner of Kelliher; grandchildren, Grace and Max Wuollett and Dalton, Madelin and Samantha Kisner; mother, Dallas Ehrke of Lester Prairie; sister, Bonnie Kamps of Escondido, Calif.; mother-in-law, Lorraine Trnka of Silver Lake; sister-in-law and brother-inlaw, Lorelei and Roger Line of Silver Lake; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Kevin and Nancy Trnka of Lakewood, Colo.; niece, Angela Trnka; nephew, Blake Trnka; other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her father, Walter Ehrke; and father-in-law, Willard Trnka. Arrangements were by the Dobratz-Hantge Funeral Chapel in Hutchinson. Online obituaries and guest book are available at www.hantge.com.
Sister M. Aquin Svoboda, 97, Mankato
Sister M. Aquin Svoboda, SSND, 97, died Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013, at Good Counsel Convent, Mankato. Her Funeral Mass was Wednesday, Oct. 9, in Good Counsel Chapel. Sister Aquin (Elizabeth Svoboda) was born in 1915, near Silver Lake, to Joseph and Anna (Moravec) Svoboda. She entered the School Sisters of Notre Dame in 1933. Following profession of vows in 1936, she taught in several Catholic elementary and secondary schools until 1958. Beginning in 1958, she became a religious education teacher and coordinator, and worked in area catechetical centers in several southern Minnesota parishes until 2003. She is survived by nephews and nieces, including Sister Lucille Matousek, SSND, Mankato, and by her sisters in community, the School Sisters of Notre Dame. She was preceded in death by her parents; seven sisters, Josephine Bandas, Anna Cumming, Agnes Matousek, Magdalen Fischer, Margaret Svoboda, Sister Judith Svoboda, SSND, and Christine Maxwell; and one brother, William Svoboda. For a full obituary, visit www.mankatomortuary.com.
Medicare annual open enrollment starts Oct. 15
People News
Institute names local grads
The Art Institutes International Minnesota announced the following area students to its fall graduation list: Sydney Lambert of Glencoe, who earned an associate degree of applied science in culinary arts, and Peter Schmalz of Hutchinson, who earned a bachelor of science in web design and inter media. Remember that the Medicare annual open enrollment period is Oct. 15 through Dec. 7, 2013. If you wish to change Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage coverage for 2014, all changes must be made between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7.  Coverage will then begin Jan. 1, 2014.  For plan comparisons, trained Senior LinkAge Line® counselors will be available by appointment at the Hutchinson Senior Center on Tuesday, Oct. 29, and Tuesday, Nov. 26, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  To make an appointment or to receive assistance by phone, call the Senior LinkAge Line®: One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors at 1-800333-2433.    When calling, please have your Medicare card and prescription drug information ready. The Senior LinkAge Line®: One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors is a free service of the Minnesota Board on Aging, as well as the federally designated State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP). Specialists provide one-toone assistance with all Medicare and health insurance issues and also provide indepth long-term care options counseling.  Call 1-800-333-2433 for assistance or go to www.Min nesotaHelp.info to chat live with a Senior LinkAge Line® specialist.
Daughter born to Masons
Josh and Ashley (Ardolf) Mason of Silver Lake announce the birth of their daughter, Elliana Cindy, on Sept. 15, 2013, at Ridgeview Medical Center in Waconia. Elliana weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces, and was 19 inches in length. Her older brother is Indy Mason. Grandparents are Gerald and Cindy (Novak) Ardolf of Silver Lake and Mark and Brenda Mason of St. Bonifacious. Great-grandparents are Larry and Joann Ardolf of Silver Lake and Harry and Darlene Pawelk of New Germany.
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Thank You
Thank you to the doctors and staff for their care at Glencoe Regional Health Services ER, Glencoe Ambulance drivers, Abbott Northwestern Hospital Heart Institute and St. Mary’s Care Center at Winsted. Thank you to Fr. Patrick and Pastor Bill Baldwin for their visits at Abbott and Fr. Brown for his many visits at St. Mary’s, Winsted. Special thanks to my family and friends who provided rides down to Abbott. Also, many thanks for all the cards, phone calls, gifts, visits, prayers and concern. Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated.
Attention Armed Forces Families and Friends!
We are proud to announce that we will be publishing a special page in the Nov. 6 edition of the McLeod County Chronicle and the Nov. 7 edition of the Silver Lake Leader, saluting our area service men and women who are currently serving here and abroad. We would like you to include your loved one on this page. Please send or bring a picture of your armed forces special person with the completed form below. Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope and we will mail your picture back to you after November 7 (or you may pick them up at our office after that date.)
Save the date: blood drive set Oct. 29 in Silver Lake
The Red Cross bloodmobile will be in Silver Lake on Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the Legion Club rooms. All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. A blood donor card or driver’s license or two other forms of identification are required at check-in. Individuals who are 17 years of age or older, or 16 with parental consent in some states, weigh at least 110 pounds, and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. High school students and other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to meet certain height and weight requirements. Volunteers will be calling in the next several weeks to set up an appointment or call Margaret Benz at 320-3272249. Walk-ins are welcome.
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Silver Lake Lions plan tour of state eye bank
Silver Lake Lions members are inviting anyone interested to visit the Minnesota Lions Eye Bank on Saturday, Oct. 12. The Lions Eye Bank, part of the departments of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, will hold tours at its location on the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis campus. A second tour is planned for Saturday, April 12, 2014. If interested, please call Silver Lake Lions Club President Roxy Yurek at 320-327- 2752. Call if interested in either tour. This will be a chance to visit firsthand some of the care and research that is made possible by Lions support of the Eye Bank.
Mail to: Military, c/o McLeod County Chronicle P.O. Box 188, 716 E. 10th St. Glencoe, MN 55336
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Deadline to drop off photos is Nov. 4. If you have any questions, call 320-864-5518.
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Sports
GSL Panther Fall Sports
FOOTBALL
August
29....at HF Catholic. .....W,34-7
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September
06....Hutchinson ............L,36-7 13....at Annandale ......W,48-28 20....New London-Spicer ......... ...................................W,42-25 27....at Litchfield ...........W,40-7
Greg Jerve
Scott Phifer
Nancy (Roach) Kopperud
Keith Stifter
Jim Schmidt
October
04....Spring Lake Park.L,21-20 11 ....Waconia (homecoming)... ..........................................7:00 16....Dassel-Cokato ..........7:00
VOLLEYBALL
August
27....at Watertown-Mayer.L,3-1 29....HF Catholic..............L,3-1
Five new members to be inducted into the Glencoe-Silver Lake Panther Hall of Fame
By Josh Randt Sports Editor dding five new members to the Glencoe-Silver Lake Panther Hall of Fame this weekend, the number of inductees will
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inflate to 29 as Greg Jerve, Nancy (Roach) Kopperud, Scott Phifer, Jim Schmidt and Keith Stifter join the ranks of GSL legends on Friday, Oct. 11. Also receiving special recognition is
the 1977 Glencoe state boys’ basketball team and cheerleaders. Inductees will be a part of the homecoming parade on Friday, and will be honored at halftime of the football game with an award presentation.
From 9 p.m. to midnight, a reception will be held at the Glencoe Country Club, where they will be officially inducted into the GSL Panther Hall of Fame.
September
03....NYA Central .............L,3-1 09.....Sibley East .............L,3-0 10....Mound-Wtka ...........W,3-0 12.....at Dassel-Cokato....L,3-1 14....Montevideo Inv ...........5th 17....Waconia...................L,3-0 19....at Orono. .................L,3-2 21....Sibley East Inv............3rd 24....at GFW ....................L,3-1 26....Delano .....................L,3-0
Spring Lake Park slips past GSL 21-20
By Josh Randt Sports Editor A competitive game between two like teams took place underneath the lights and rain at Stevens Seminary Field Friday night. Glencoe-Silver Lake hosted the Spring Lake Park Panthers (Class AAAAA) and nearly came out on top against a team with a bevy of talented running backs. SLP scored first when Richie Toweh got loose for a 24-yard score with 6:01 left in the first quarter, putting his team up 70 with the extra point. Starting from their own 35yard line, GSL answered back in just three minutes and 17 seconds, when Jake Stuedemann got around the right side of the line, scoring a 32-yard touchdown. The score was evened at 7-7 after the extra point. GSL had a chance to take an early lead when Bennett Bielke intercepted Austin Swenson's pass on the second play of SLP's ensuing drive, which he returned 17 yards to the SLP 48. “I had the outside guy and he just overthrew him,” Bielke said of the clutch play. “It (the ball) kind of got caught up in the lights a little bit, so I had to make an adjustment. He just kind of overthrew it and I took it down the field.” But the GSL offense could not capitalize, turning the ball over on downs early in the second half on the SLP 29-yard line after getting stuffed on fourth-and-one. The teams went into halftime with GSL in front 14-13 as the rain started to come down. Both offenses were kept in check in a third quarter that resulted in no scoring. The game got interesting in the fourth quarter, as SLP went up 21-14 when Ejodamen Ejiya scored with a little over eight minutes remaining in the game. A steady dose of Stuedemann and Dalton Clouse drove GSL down to the SLP 5-yard line, where Stuedemann scored his second touchdown of the evening. Deciding to go for the win with a two-point conversion, quarterback Keaton Anderson rolled to his left after a play-action fake. Tanner Grack was open in the end zone, but the pass bounced off his chest with a defender nearby, and GSL lost as the score remained 2120. “We wanted to go for the win,” head coach Scott Tschimperle said of going for two instead of kicking the extra point. “Dominic’s (Bondhus) leg was kind of hurting. He got ran into on the last extra point ... I think we had our best play that we called on the two point conversion. We had enough misdirection going on to throw off the defense, but we just came up a little short.” Tschimperle did say he’s “proud of the way our kids played. I thought we held our own against them.” One area he said the team could improve upon is short yardage situations. “After Bennett’s (Bielke) interception, they stuffed us on fourth-and-one,” Tschimperle said. “We should never not get a fourth-and-one in my opinion.” Waconia comes to town this week for homecoming after notching its first win of the season last week with a 17-10 win over Holy Family. Tschimperle said his team wants the No. 1 seed come sections, and knows that in order to attain that, it’ll have to win out the rest of the season. “The kids want that No. 1 seed, because there’s such an advantage not having to play on that Tuesday,” Tschimperle said. “They want that Wright County Conference championship, and they know they’ve got to win outright to get it.” GSL currently sits atop the WCC’s West Division with a 30 conference record, and are 42 overall with only a game against Dassel-Cokato remaining on the conference schedule. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Stevens Seminary Stadium. This year’s Panther Association Hall of Fame recipients will be honored at halftime.
October
01....at Hutchinson ..........L,3-2 03....Annandale ..............W,3-2 08....at New London-Spicer ..... ..........................................7:00 10....at Litchfield ...............7:00 18....Rochester Inv ...........5:15 19....Rochester Inv .......10a.m.
CROSS COUNTRY
September
05....at Montgomery Inv. .......... ..............(Boys 8th) (Girls 17th) 11 ....at NYA ............................. ..............(Boys 5th) (Girls 10th) 17....at Waconia Inv ................. ...............(Boys 3rd) (Girls 5th) 19....GSL Inv............................ ................(Boys 1st) (Girls 3rd) 24....at Dassel-Cokato ............. ...............(Boys 2nd) (Girls 7th)
October
03....at Litchfield ...................... ................(Boys 7th) (Girls 7th) 05....at Swain Inv. .................... .............(Boys 6th) (Girls 23rd) 10....at Mound-Wtka. ........4:00 11 ....Waconia (homecoming)... ......................................12p.m. 15....at Watertown-Mayer..4:15
TENNIS
September
03....at Annandale ..........W,6-1 05....at Delano. ................L,7-0 07....at Brainerd Inv ............4th 10....HF Catholic..............L,7-0 12....at Litchfield .............W,4-3 13....at Hutch Inv ................4th 14....at Litchfield Inv. ..........2nd 17....Hutchinson ..............L,5-2 19....N.London-Sp. ..........L,6-1 28....WCC, at Orono ................ Silver Lake Leader photo by Josh Randt
Dalton Clouse (46) carries around the right side of the line during Friday’s 21-20 loss to the Spring Lake Park Panthers. Clouse rushed for 108 yards on 19 carries.
October
02....MACCRAY..............W,4-3 02....Providence ..............L,7-0
Girls’ SOCCER
August
22....at Willmar ................L,3-0 28....Mound-Wtka ............L,4-0 30....Chain of Lakes .......L,4-2
Panthers beat Girls’ soccer wins first Cardinals in 5 game of the season 3-0
By Josh Randt Sports Editor The Lady Panthers tested their endurance last week, going to five sets at Hutchinson on Tuesday, Oct. 1, and again the following Thursday hosting the Annandale Cardinals. The Tigers got the better of Glencoe-Silver Lake, closing out set five 15-8 after the Panthers rallied to win sets three and four. Highlighting the match was senior Steph Klockmann notching her 100th career ace block, and head coach Lori Schwirtz receiving a yellow card (warning) in the fifth set for arguing a call. GSL took that fire and tenacity into Thursday, which saw a full crowd clad in pink for senior night and “Dig Pink,” a fundraiser for breast cancer patients, while hosting Annandale. In the first two sets the Lady Panthers made it look easy, winning 25-15 and 25-18, but dropped the next two as Annandale fought its way back. Up 14-7 in set five, Schwirtz brought in senior Amanda Meyer to serve for the winning point. Meyer sent the ball over the left side of the net directly at one of Annandale’s players, who was unsure of how to handle the serve. She attempted to duck at the last second, but was hit in the shoulder, giving GSL the win as the ball landed out of bounds. “I better not mess up!” Meyer said of her thoughts before that serve. “I wanted to finish it off, and it was a good way to go. It felt great.” Meyer said the team learned to “never give up and just keep fighting,” when a team fights back like Annandale. “We have the drive, we just have to prove it.” It’s been said that adversity builds character, and the game against the Cardinals offered plenty of opportunities, but Schwirtz joked that “adversity gives their coach wrinkles!” “No, that was really good for our club because we need to play to win and not to lose,” which Schwirtz said her girls accomplished in the fifth set. “Hopefully it just gives us a little more confidence to know that it’s not over after two games; you have to win three sets.” GSL now takes to the road this week, traveling to New London-Spicer on Tuesday, Oct. 8, before visiting Litchfield for its Wright County Conference finale on Thursday, Oct. 10. By Josh Randt Sports Editor Despite losing 7-0 to Holy Family last Thursday, senior night for the Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ soccer team proved to be a night to remember for every member of the team. The Panthers earned their first win of the season with a 3-0 shutout of the Worthington Trojans on Tuesday, Oct. 1. GSL came out motivated and looking to score, which it did a little over one minute into the game when Keisha Prafke found the twine from 10 yards out. By the time the first half ended, the Panthers had all three goals, with Macy Rhodes and Emily Thalmann scoring within two minutes of each other. Thalmann’s came with 1:23 remaining in the first half. The strong start did not, however, immediately carry over to the second half, as the Trojans came out with a lot of energy and physical play. But the Panther defense picked up where the offense left off, especially goalie Zoe Christensen who had some key saves late in the game. When Kay Wilson counted down the final seconds of the game, the girls’ sideline erupted with a number of emotions. Tears flowed down smil-
September
03....at Delano .................L,2-0 05....Hutchinson ..............L,5-1 09....at Waconia...............L,7-1 10....at Mayer Lutheran ...L,1-0 12....at Watertown-Mayer.L,6-0 16....at Orono ..................L,8-0 17....at Mound-Wtka ........L,8-0 19....at Chain of Lakes ....L,4-0 23....Delano .....................L,6-0 24....at Hutchinson ..........L,5-0 28....Waconia...................L,5-0
October
01....Worthington ............W,3-0 03....at HF Catholic..........L,7-0 08....at Albert Lea ............L,7-0
Silver Lake Leader photo by Josh Randt
Boys’ SOCCER
August
29....Mound-Wtka ............L,9-0 30....Chain of Lakes ........L,3-0
Macy Rhodes celebrates after scoring Glencoe-Silver Lake’s second goal in the 3-0 shutout against the Worthington Trojans. The win was the girls’ first of the year. ing faces as arms hugged tightly around one another. Others simply jumped up and down, flailing limbs in every direction while shouting, “We did it!” “I couldn’t have asked for a better team to play with, and getting the win tonight just made it that much greater,” a teary-eyed Frances Zuniga said after the game. “I’m not going to remember all the losses. I’m just going to remember this game and how hard all the girls played for me
September
03....at Delano .................L,5-1 05....Hutchinson ..............L,3-1 09....at Waconia...............L,6-0 12....at Mayer Lutheran. ..L,3-0 16....at Orono ................L,13-0 17....at Mound-Wtka ........L,6-0 19....at Chain of Lakes ....L,5-1 23....Delano .....................L,3-0 24....at Hutchinson ..........L,5-0 26....Marshall Public ........L,2-1 27....Mankato Loyola ....Tie,2-2 28....Waconia...................L,7-0
October
01....Worthington .............L,9-0 03....at HF Catholic..........L,9-2 03....at HF Catholic ........L,11-0
and Yodee (Rivera).” Before the game, Rivera said the team took a half an hour to “get all the emotions out." “Everybody just cried and said their farewells before we got to play on this field one last time,” Rivera said. “This win was long overdue, and I’m really glad that we pulled it together today for senior night. Those girls said they were going to do it for us, and they kept their word. I’m really proud of my ladies.” In her seventh year as a varsity player, Rivera said this group of girls is “the best GSL Panther team to go through this school.” The win may not look like much on on paper, but head coach Zach Otto-Fisher said it will definitely help section seedings with Worthington in the same section. “It helps from maybe playing that No. 2 seed, to maybe now playing the No. 3 seed,” Otto-Fisher said. “That’s huge when you have 15 teams in the section.” GSL outshot Worthington 32-14, the first time that’s happened all season. Facing 10-5-1 Albert Lea on Tuesday, Oct. 8, the girls will need to replicate such a performance with the season on the line.
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Weather Corner
By Jake Yurek
We’ll enjoy some great above-average fall weather this week as summer has a tough time letting go. The average highs for this time of year should be closer to 60, but early to midweek we should be in the 70s. A storm system will move at us towards the end of the work week, but it looks to be taking aim at the Dakotas. We could see some showers and thunder as the storm moves close by, but it shouldn’t be an all-day washout like we had this past weekend. Temperatures cool a bit for the weekend with highs closer to average both days. Fall is a big transition period weather-wise and anything can happen, but the weekend storm brought some amazing things. On one side there were tornadoes and severe weather, and on the backside in the Dakotas as much as 20 inches of snow was reported! I do actually enjoy snow and winter, but maybe not yet, please. Have a great week, all. The extended looks to keep things cooler early next week as Canada opens its doors behind the Friday storm. Ma dobry weekendem Mit dobry vikend Wednesday night — Lows 51-57; clear. Thursday — Highs 70-76; lows 52-58; clear. Friday — Highs 68-74; lows 50-56; partly cloudy/shower or thunder. Saturday — Highs 60-67; lows 39-46; partly cloudy. Sunday — Highs 56-63; mostly clear. Weather Quiz: How rare are fall outbreaks of tornadoes in the upper Midwest? Answer to last week’s question: How do averages compare from the start of the month to the end? The average high/low to begin the month is 65/45 degrees. As we head towards Halloween, it’s closer to 51/34. The winter transition has begun. Remember: I make the forecast, not the weather!
Seach for Miss Teen under way
If you are single, never been married, and between the ages of 13 to 18 years, applications are being accepted for the title of 2014 Miss Teen McLeod County. Miss Teen McLeod County will represent her county at the Miss Teen Minnesota pageant, which will be held at the Ritsche Auditorium March 8, 2014, in St. Cloud. The young lady chosen as Miss Teen Minnesota will receive a prize package and scholarship totaling $10,000 and the chance to represent Minnesota at the 2014 Miss Teen International pageant in Jacksonville, Fla. The American Heart Association’s “Go for Red for Women” is the official charity of the Miss Teen Minnesota Pageant.
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3rd-grade Panther Paws
The third-grade Panther Paw recipients in September were, front row, left to right, Jenna Trippel, Geneva Foley, Benjamin Gildea, Jesse Dahlke and Dawson Varpness. In the back are Treighton Wemhof, Michelle Cantu, Mackenzie Elgren, Cadance Knick and Alexander Martin.
Property taxes due by Oct. 15
McLeod County AuditorTreasurer Cindy Schultz reminds McLeod County residents that the second half of your property tax payment is due Oct. 15 for non-agricultural properties. Payments are accepted by mail, in person at the McLeod County North Complex building, 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or there is a convenient payment drop box located just outside of the building. If interested in paying by credit card or e-check, visit the county website: www.co. mcleod.mn.us. If mailing, please return your statement stub with your payment to ensure proper credit. The postmark determines mail payment date. Late postmarks will be returned for proper penalty. Minnesota statutes direct a penalty be assessed on late payments.
GSL ’13 Hall inductees to be honored Oct. 11
The GSL Panther Association Hall of Fame 2013 inductees will be Nancy (Roach) Kopperud for fine arts, and Greg Jerve, Scott Phifer, James Schmidt and Keith Stifter, all student athletes. Special recognition also will be given to the 1977 Glencoe boys’ basketball team and cheerleaders. Recognition of inductees, team and cheerleaders will be done during the halftime of the GSL Homecoming game on Friday, Oct. 11, at the GSL Stevens Seminary Stadium. New this year will be a reception, including appetizers and a cash bar, following the football game at the Glencoe Country Club. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Panther Fieldhouse or Gert & Erma’s. Tickets also will be available at the door. For more information, contact Michele Mackenthun at 320-864-6232 or Kathy Olson at 320-864-5759.
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4th-grade Panther Paws
The September recipients of the monthly Panther Paw awards in the fourth grade at Lakeside Elementary are, front row, left to right, Angel Balboa, Miranda Litzau, Malayh Metcalf, Amanda Rosenlund and Diego Mendoza. In the back are Nahomi Carranza, Nicole Washburn, Caleb Besmehn, Kendall Guerrero and Nathan Stoltenburg.
Legal Notices
Glencoe-Silver Lake School Board
School Board Proceedings ISD #2859 Glencoe-Silver Lake, Minnesota September 9, 2013 The School Board of Independent School District #2859 met in regular session at 7:00 p.m. in the High School Media Center. Board Chair Christianson called the meeting to order. Present: Lindeman, Alsleben, VonBerge, Christianson, and Twiss. Absent: Kuester. Also present: Superintendent Sonju; Business Manager Sander; Principals Sparby and Butler; FFA Advisor Becky Haddad and FFA members Kirsten Barott and Zach Pierson; Glencoe City Administrator Mark Larson; Dassel-Cokato Teacher Mechele Pitchford; Technology Staff Morris; and Superintendent’s Secretary Peterson. Announcements: The next regular School Board meeting will be on October 14th at 7:00 p.m. in the GSL High School Media Center; the Truth in Taxation Hearing will be prior to the regularly-scheduled December 9th School Board meeting in the GSL High School Media Center at 6:01 p.m.; the levy will be certified at the regular meeting at 7:00 that same evening. Public Input: None Reports: Business Manager Sander, Principals Butler and Sparby, and Superintendent Sonju. 1. Alsleben/Lindeman to approve the agenda with the addition of the request to waive the 30-day notice period for the Glencoe TIF Plan (5-0). 2. Twiss/Alsleben to approve the consent agenda with the addition of the hiring of Corinne Johnson: August bills; regular Board meeting minutes of August 12 and special Board meeting minutes of August 27, 2013: Hirings: Amber Alsleben as 6.5-hour-a-day Paraprofessional in the Special Education Program at Helen Baker Elementary, Julie Schroeder as 6.75-hour-a-day Paraprofessional in the Special Education Program at the Lincoln Junior High/GSL High School campus, Sally Davis as 6.75-hour-aday Paraprofessional in the Special Education Program at the Lincoln Junior High/ GSL High School campus, Elizabeth Tromborg as 6.75-hour-aday Paraprofessional in the Special Education Program at the Lincoln Junior High/ GSL High School campus, and Corinne Johnson as 6.5-hour-aday Paraprofessional in the Interventions Program at Lakeside Elementary; Resignations: Brenda Wurm as 6.5-hour-a-day LPN at GSL High School, effective September 3, 2013, and Kim Ruschmeier as Elementary Volunteer Coordinator (5-0). 3. Alsleben/Lindeman to waive the 30-day notice period as permitted by Minnesota Statutes, Section 469.175, subdivision 2, in order to hold the public hearing on September 16, 2013, on the Modified Development Program for Development District No. 3 and the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District No. 17 (Miller Manufacturing Project) (5-0). 4. Lindeman/Twiss to adopt a resolution allowing the Glencoe-Silver Lake School District to conduct business on Columbus Day (5-0). 5. Alsleben/Twiss to approve the Annual Report on Curriculum, Instruction and Student Achievement for the 2012-2013 school year (5-0). 6. Twiss/VonBerge to adopt the 2013-2014 Staff Development Plan as prepared by the Staff Development Committee and administration (5-0). 7. Lindeman/Christianson to approve the Lakeside School Improvement Plan and to submit it to the Minnesota Department of Education because of Lakeside’s identification as a “focus school” (5-0). 8. Twiss/Lindeman to certify the maximum amount permitted by law for the preliminary levy for the 20142015 school year (5-0). 9. Twiss/Lindeman to approve the Section 125 Plan and Amendment and Summary of Material Modifications for 2013 Plan Year Resolution (5-0). 10. Twiss/VonBerge to approve hiring three 6.75-hour-a-day Paraprofessionals to work in the Special Education Program at the Lincoln Junior High/GSL High School campus and one 6.5-hour-a-day Paraprofessional to work in the Special Education Program at Lakeside Elementary School according to student IEPs (5-0). 11. Alsleben/Twiss to enter into the Concurrent Enrollment Program Agreement Between Southwest Minnesota State University and GSL to cover our College in the Schools program which remains in effect until terminated by either party by a 30-day written notification (5-0). 12. Alsleben/Lindeman to bring back the following policies for adoption at the next School Board meeting: 533 Wellness, 602 Organization of School Calendars and School Day, 605 Alternative Program, and 730 Post-Issuance Debt Compliance (5-0). 13. Reviewed the hiring process. No action taken. 14. Twiss/VonBerge to accept donations from: New Auburn VFW Post #7266; AgStar; City of Glencoe; Brian Jungclaus, Jungclaus Seeds; Stevens Seminary; and the Panther Booster Club (5-0). 15. Lindeman/Twiss to adjourn at 8:18 p.m. (5-0). 16. Complete minutes and all documents relating to this meeting are on file and available for review at the Superintendent’s Office, 1621 East 16th Street, Glencoe. Glencoe-Silver Lake School District #2859 By: Anne Twiss, Board Clerk These minutes are unofficial until approved by School Board action. (Published in the Silver Lake Leader October 10, 2013) YOU ARE HEREBY notified that the regular meeting of the McLeod County Planning Commission has been scheduled on Wednesday, the 23rd day of October 2013 at 9:30 A.M. in the County Board Room on the lower level of the Courthouse at 830 11th Street East in Glencoe, Minnesota. THE PURPOSE OF THE SAID MEETING is to consider the following application located in the County of McLeod and filed with the County Zoning Administrator. All requests are subject to modification during the hearing process. A Conditional Use Permit requested by Joel Zellmann for the purpose of auto sales with an outdoor display of five (5) vehicles and to be located within the front yard area and for up to twenty-five (25) other vehicles on-site for a maximum of thirty (30) vehicles for sale and to be located as follows: 5.00 AC of the NW ¼ of the NW ¼, Section 31, Winsted Township. THIS HEARING will be held by the McLeod County Planning Commission at which time you may appear if you desire, either in person or by agent or attorney, in opposition to or support of the proposed Plat. Thereafter, the McLeod County Planning Commission shall forward its recommendations to the County Board of Commissioners. If you desire to appeal the Planning Commission’s recommendations, you may take your request to the County Board which has the final authority to act on the findings of the Planning Commission. Larry Gasow McLeod County Zoning Adm. (Published in The Silver Lake Leader October 10, 2013)
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Meet the 2013 Glencoe-Silver Lake tennis team. Members, from left, are: row one: Hannah Lemke, Emily Popelka, Jessica Fegley, Grace Draeger, Jessica Brelje, Ashlyn Ratike. Row two: Callie Raduenz, Ellie Lepel, Teanna Vorlicek, Emily VonBerge, Lindsay Wedin, Rachel Rusten, Chelsea Bandas, Justine Helmbrecht. Row three: Ashley Miller, Jessica Klitzke, Allie Harpel, Jenessa Urban, Kelly Arnold, Laura Becker, Piper Davis, Stephanie Elsing. Row four: Head Coach Robb DeCorsey, and Assistant Coach Josh Otto-Fisher.
Panther TENNIS
Here are the Glencoe-Silver Lake cheerleaders for the 2013 fall sports season: from left, are: row one: Alisha Cadena, Jenaya Posusta. Row two: Brooke Noeldner, Kailey Yurek. Row three: Michaela Tichy, Faith Havlik. Row four: Jennifer Rose, Katilyn Susdorf. Row five: Arianna Galvan, Angela Schmitz. Row six: Elizabeth Boyum, Samantha Cornell. Row seven: Courtney Zajicek, Alicia Fenner and Cassidy Schrader.
GSL Fall CHEERLEADERS
Meet the 2013 GSL volleyball team. Members, from left, are: row one: Ryley Oliver, Amanda Meyer. Row two: Emily Muetzel, Taylor Novak, Jessica Lemke, Cortney Konen. Row three: Student Manager Jamie Kosek, Madison Kalenberg, Olivia Scharpe, Alexis Kerslake, Stephanie Klockmann, Erika Ribar, Layne Herrmann, and Student Manager Kallyssa Klatt.
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Meet the 2013 GSL girls’ soccer team. Members, from left, are: row one: Captain Francis Zuniga, Captain Keisha Prafke, Captain Yodee Rivera. Row two: Perla Lopez, Yocelin Lopez, Emily Oberlin, Aubrey Giesen, Lezly Barrera, Student Manager Riley Schafer, Maddie Kuehn. Row three: Ashlyn Stuewe, Stephanie Garcia, Macy Rhodes, Zoe Christensen, Jordan Breidenbach, Camille Borchardt, Emily Thallmann, Paige Litzau. Row four: Assistant Gary Carter, Assistant Pat Chiariello, Head Coach Zach Otto-Fisher, and Assistant Debbie Moosbrugger.
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Here is the 2013 GSL boys’ soccer team. Members, from left, are: row one: AJ Anderson Sanchez, Aaron Geisen. Row two: Ismael Calderon Garcia, Captain Gustavo Villalobos, Aaron Rhodes, Aaron Donnay, Jacob Fehrenbach. Row three: Coach Jeff Shults, Lou Iacona, Spencer Lund, Fabian Medina, Captain Kyle Beck, and Captain Keith Collins.
GSL Boys’ SOCCER
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Meet the 2013 GSL boys’ cross country team. Members, from left, are: row one: Coach Savre, Patrick Kunkel, Brandon Richter, Michael Meyer, Jakob Rusten, Tony Fischer, Uilleam Armstrong, Isaac Swift, Joseph Knudten, Ethan Wolff. Row two: Zackary Herout, Michael Schaefer, Austin Schroepfer, Benjamin Olson, Ethan Knudten, Nathan Welch, Garret Ardolf, Cody Becker. Row three: Coach Metcalf, Oakley Clark, Patrick Fehrenbach, James Chelman, Isiah Herout, Casey Schulz, Cole Petersen, Coach Delwiche, Garrett Ober, Mitchell Rothstein, Eric Kruschke, Chandler Swift, Austin Mathwig, and Coach Bick.
GSL Boys’ CROSS COUNTRY
Meet the 2013 GSL girls’ cross country team. Members, from left, are: row one: Mary Roach, Victoria Burr, Jennifer Illg, Samantha Dahlke, Kaylee Venier. Row two: Erin Jaskowiak, Courtney Larsen, Morgan Anderson, Kirsten Barott, Mikayla Kantack, Micanna Maresh, Peyton Miska-Alberts, Annamaria Falcon. Row three: Tarin Michaelis, Marlaina Chelman, Becca Green, Coach Delwiche, Mary Schmitt, Josie Schmitt, Coach Metcalf, Cassandra Shemanek, Erika Hecksel, Priscilla Friberg, Robin Swift, Taylor Venier, Coach Savre, and Coach Bick.
GSL Girls’ CROSS COUNTRY
Presenting the 2013 Glencoe-Silver Lake football team. Members, from left, are: row one: Heron Pena, Zachery Jones, Nolan Lepel, Joshua VonBerge, Luke Syvertson, Carter Pinske, Jake Stuedemann, Keenan Mehlos, Dalton Clouse, Adam Eberhard, Tyler Donnay, Eric Arandia. Row two: Austin Stream, Dominic Bondhus, Aaron Schuch, Zachary Pierson, Mason Goettl, Tyler Chap, Bennett Bielke, Zachary Jungclaus, Colton Lueders, Tanner Grack, Jonathan Richer, Nicholas Tabbert, Jacob VonBerge. Row three: Christopher Lemke, Tyler Melchert, Wyatt Simrell, Reed Wawrzyniak, Keaton Anderson, Jayden Tschimperle, Gus Mendoza, Austin Maynard, Thomas Becker, Matthew Dietel, Jacob Popelka, Alexander Romano, Joshua Ramirez. Row four: Tyler Hausladen, Theodore Petersen, Shane Ehrke, Mitchell Kettner, Seth Schuette, Anthony Lowden, Dylan Schuth, Dylan Melchert, Tanner Rosckes, Alex Schrader, Tristan Weber, Nicholas Brelje, Collin Raduenz, Jordan Rolf. Row five: Coaches: Steve Davis, Dan Svoboda, Kraig Terlinden, Dave Dose, Paul Ruud, Paul Lemke, Scott Tschimperle, Dean Schwirtz, and Mike Hardy.
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Sumter Mutual Shimanski Orchard Insurance Harlan’s Auto Repair Company 11155 200 St., Silver Lake 211 N. Lake Ave., Silver Lake
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Auto & Truck Repair
Hwy. 7, Silver Lake 320-327-2516
Kaz’s
Schmeling Oil Co., Inc.
Serving the Silver Lake area since 1976
320-327-0112
117 W. Main St., Silver Lake 320-327-2887
320-327-2255
320-587-3361 or 800-578-5636
Crow River Press
170 Shady Ridge Rd., Hutchinson 320-587-2062 • crowriverpress.com
Hutchinson Health
3 Century Ave. SE, Hutchinson Clinic 320-234-3290
Grandma’s Closet
Costume & Prop Rental 104 Lake Ave., Silver Lake
Chris 320-510-1567 • Rhonda 320-327-0144
Holt Motors
Hwy. 12, Cokato 320-286-2176
www.hutchhealth.com
www.holtmotors.com
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